Pin Wang earned his Ph.D. degree in Public Health from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2016. Prior to joining the Yale School of Public Health, Dr.Wang served as a post-doctoral fellow at the School of Public Health and Primary Care, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He participated in several projects on environmental epidemiology, such as short-term associations between weather variations and certain enteric infectious diseases, the long-term impact of urban built environment on mortality in a densely populated setting, and projecting future temperature-related mortality in the 21st century using annual data under different climate change scenarios. His primary research interests include the impact of both short-term weather variations and long-term climate change on population health, the interaction of human adaptation, statistical methodology in environmental epidemiology modeling, the interplay between climate change and air pollution and its impact on health, and climate justice.
Departments & Organizations
- Climate, Health, and Environment Nexus (CHEN) Lab
- Environmental Health Sciences
- Yale School of Public Health